❀◕‿◕❀ Today’s Challenge ❀◕‿◕❀
Spend the next 24 hours without judgment, complaint, criticism or blame.
Don't say 'this is good', 'this is bad', no judging at all!
It's really interesting to do.
Just watch, be the observer, let yourself be the witness, let go and enjoy!
Don’t fear problems, because the best comes from them!
Just change your meaning about problems:
- Problems are gifts in disguise!
- Problems are chances to learn!
- Problems are not STOP signs, they are guidelines!
- Problems are just opportunities in work clothes!
- Problems are good, impossible problems are even better!
A lot of riders school the leg-yield as an exercise and as a regular part of their training programs.
Now in Straightness Training we do teach the horse to yield for the leg of the rider, but we don't use leg-yielding as an exercise, we don't use this particular exercise in our training, and this article will tell you why, but first of all...
The muscles in a horses' neck must be strong and thick on top, not underneath.
An 'underneck' is difficult to correct once the horse has developped such carriage.
Straightness training can be used to prevent or to correct an underneck.